10 Haunted Places In Fort Wayne

10 Haunted Places In Fort Wayne

Founded in 1794, Fort Wayne is built upon territory once fought over by several native cultures and between France and Great Britain. The land has seen much bloodshed. There is nothing unusual about that, especially in the new world. But there is something unusual...
10 Haunted Places In Cincinnati

10 Haunted Places In Cincinnati

Founded in 1788, Cincinnati was the first major city built from scratch after the deceleration of independence. It soon became one of America’s main boomtowns, growing rapidly. Ohio became one of the sates in which slavery was outlawed so a significant portion...
10 Haunted Places In Anchorage

10 Haunted Places In Anchorage

Anchorage is called home by about 40 percent of Alaska’s population. That sounds like a big deal but the population of Alaska is only 740 thousand. Alaska’s climate is pretty extreme, Anchorage being a remote settlement surrounded by icy wilderness. This...
10 Haunted Places In Anaheim

10 Haunted Places In Anaheim

Anaheim is the largest city in California’s Orange county. The city was originally founded in 1857 by a huge group of 50 German families. That’s how it worked back then. People would travel west in huge groups to raise the chances of surviving it....
10 Haunted Places In Honolulu

10 Haunted Places In Honolulu

Honolulu basically means “calm harbor” in English. It’s Hawaii’s largest city, and is one of America’s most unique. The city has been neglected by history up until the Pearl harbor surprise attack in 1941. Hawaii’s pre-American history was...
10 Historic Encounters With Deadly Beasts

10 Historic Encounters With Deadly Beasts

History is full of bizarre stories that can’t easily be explained. And the mother load of unexplainable tales are those involving alleged monsters. From a swamp dwelling lizard man, to a man-eating tree – here are 10 historic encounters with deadly beasts. Beast...